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Intelligent Integrated Systems Lonix System Training. Lonix Automation Lonix Security Lonix Software. Lonix Project Creation Tool (PCT). Targets of Lecture. Lonix PCT – Project Creation Tool How to create a new project in PCT How to add modules and I/O objects Control Systems Tree

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intelligent integrated systems lonix system training

Intelligent Integrated Systems Lonix System Training

Lonix Automation

Lonix Security

Lonix Software

targets of lecture
Targets of Lecture
  • Lonix PCT – Project Creation Tool
    • How to create a new project in PCT
    • How to add modules and I/O objects
    • Control Systems Tree
    • Object configuration and positioning
    • How to create bindings
    • Alarms & alarm bindings
    • Online/Offline modes
    • Project Management
    • Project LXP
creating a new project
Creating a new project
  • Project name etc.
  • Network name
    • Exactly the same name as the LON database
  • Module types used in the project
  • Multi2242P4, DIO5400P4, etc.
creating a new project1
Creating a new project
  • I/O-objects used in the project have to match those used by the selected module types
  • C2 DI, C2 DO, C2 AI, C2 AO, etc
  • Cabling used in the project
  • Add more cable & device types if needed (Cable Library)
creating a new project2
Creating a new project

Open existing project

About

New Project

Online/Offline mode

(Online mode requires LNS Server)

Save Project

Project properties

creating a new project i o objects
Creating a new project – I/O objects

Copy I/O-object config

Delete I/O-objects

Update netvars

Search I/O-objects

Add I/O-

objects

Upload I/O-object configuration from module to PCT

Quick search

Paste I/O-object config

Download I/O-object configuration from PCT to module

i o object properties
I/O-object properties
  • Location – physical location of the object
  • System – control system the object belongs to
  • Positio – name of the object
  • I/O – type of the object
  • Conn.(-/+) – module connector numbers
  • Module – name of the module
  • Device – device type connected to the object
  • Test – object status (ok, not ok, not tested)
  • Connected – device connected to the module
  • UI – object added to user interface
creating a new project modules
Creating a new project - modules

Paste module configurations

Remove module

Add module

Get module ID number

Search

Upload module configuration from module to PCT

Copy module configurations

Download module configuration from PCT to module

module properties
Module properties
  • Location – physical location of the module
  • Name – name of module
  • Type – module type
  • Node ID – module Neuron ID and software version
creating a new project building modeller
Creating a new project – Building Modeller

Add

Building Part

Remove

-control system

-controlgroup

-building/building part/space

Add Buiding

Add controlgroup (obsolete)

Add control system

Add

Building Space

control systems properties
Control systems properties
  • Name – control system name
  • ID – unique ID of the control system
  • Is Location – Is the control system a location
  • Is Abstract – N/A
  • Building – location of the control system
  • CS Count – number of child control systems
  • CG Count – number of control groups in the control system
adding modules
Adding modules
  • Add modules by clicking the small icon on the Modules page
  • Module name must match its name in the LON db
  • Select the type of the module
  • Select location of the module
  • Check the checkbox to create the

module’s I/O-objects

automatically

adding i o objects
Adding I/O-objects
  • Add I/O-objects by clicking on the small icon on the I/O-objects page
  • Select the type of the object
  • Select location of the object
  • Select the Control system that the object belongs to
  • Select device type of the object
  • Select the number of objects to be

created

adding modules i o objects
Adding modules & I/O-objects
  • If the exact amount of modules is known, then add modules and create I/O-objects automatically
  • Otherwise add needed amount of I/O-objects, then later add needed modules (without I/O-objects) and attach the I/O-objects to the modules by clicking the Module field of the object and selecting the appropriate module
i o objects process view
I/O objects – process view
  • Set I/O-object positios by double-clicking the appropriate field or by right-clicking -> Set Position
  • Select I/O-objects
  • Right-click -> Select System
  • Go to Process view
  • Double-click on FAHU1
  • Arrange objects by dragging them
i o object configuration
I/O-object configuration
  • Double-click an object in process view (active object is yellow)
  • Click the Configure-button
  • Select appropriate behaviour type from the drop down menu
  • Adjust the parameters by double-clicking the Value field
  • Click Save-button to save changes
i o object configuration1
I/O-object configuration
  • When working in offline mode the changes are saved only to the LXP-file and a red downward arrow appears on the object
  • To update the changes to the module PCT needs to be in online mode and the module installed to the LON database
creating bindings with pct
Creating bindings with PCT
  • You can create bindings between objects simply clicking on an object’s nvo and moving the cursor to an object’s nvi while mouse button is pressed
  • This will only create the binding in PCT. To create the binding in the actual database, you need to use a network management tool (NL220)
  • It is the user’s responsibility to make sure that the bindings in PCT actually match the bindings in the LON database
creating bindings with pct1
Creating bindings with PCT
  • Use PCT to create a bindings file to easily create/remove bindings in the LON database
  • Tools -> Create bindings File
  • Keyboard shortcut Ctrl+B
  • Right-click on the process view window and select Create Bindings File
  • Select control systems included in the bindings file
  • Select folder to save bindings file
removing bindings with pct
Removing bindings with PCT
  • Right-click on a binding and select Remove
  • Create a removed bindings file by selectingTools -> Create Removed Bindings File or use keyboard shortcut Ctrl+R
  • Removed_Bindings.csv is created in the same folder with the LXP-file
  • All removed bindings in history are added to the file
  • History is cleared when the removed bindings file is created
bindings file
Bindings file

FAHU1_Bindings.csv

// Binding 1

ALL.DDC1M1.nvoPIDactuator[0],ALL.DDC1M1.nviAOcontrol1[0],,,,,,,,,

// Binding 2

ALL.DDC1M1.nvoDIswitch1[1],ALL.DDC1M1.nviPIDstateFb[0],,,,,,,,,

// Binding 3

ALL.DDC1M1.nvoAIsensor[0],ALL.DDC1M1.nviPIDmes[0],,,,,,,,,

// Binding 4

ALL.DDC1M1.nvoDOswitch[0],ALL.DDC1M1.nviDIswitch[1],,,,,,,,,

internal bindings
Internal bindings
  • A ’binding’ inside a single module
  • Can only be used with a PID-object and an AI- or AO-object that are in the same module
  • Created by configuring PID-object’s parameters, not with network management tool
bindings file1
Bindings file

FAHU1_Bindings.csv

// Binding 1 (internal binding)

// ALL.DDC1M1.nvoPIDactuator[0],ALL.DDC1M1.nviAOcontrol1[0],,,,,,,,,

// Binding 2

ALL.DDC1M1.nvoDIswitch1[1],ALL.DDC1M1.nviPIDstateFb[0],,,,,,,,,

// Binding 3 (internal binding)

// ALL.DDC1M1.nvoAIsensor[0],ALL.DDC1M1.nviPIDmes[0],,,,,,,,,

// Binding 4

ALL.DDC1M1.nvoDOswitch[0],ALL.DDC1M1.nviDIswitch[1],,,,,,,,,

alarm bindings
Alarm bindings
  • All modules with alarming capabilities have special network variables for alarm bindings: nviAlarm, nviAlarmPos, nvoAlarm and nvoAlarmPos
  • Alarms are always forwarded from nviAlarm(Pos) to nvoAlarm(Pos)
  • Alarm bindings must be done manually and are easiest to do by modifying a bindings file
  • In a bigger project the alarm bindings can be done with different topologies, see Alarm Bindings example
alarm bindings1
Alarm bindings

Alarm_Bindings.csv

// DDC1M1 -> DDC1M2

ALL.DDC1M1.nvoAlarm,ALL.DDC1M2.nviAlarm,,,,,,,,,

ALL.DDC1M1.nvoAlarmPos,ALL.DDC1M2.nviAlarmPos,,,,,,,,,

// DDC1M2 -> DDC1M3

ALL.DDC1M2.nvoAlarm,ALL.DDC1M3.nviAlarm,,,,,,,,,

ALL.DDC1M2.nvoAlarmPos,ALL.DDC1M3.nviAlarmPos,,,,,,,,,

// DDC1M3 -> DDC1M4

ALL.DDC1M3.nvoAlarm,ALL.DDC1M4.nviAlarm,,,,,,,,,

ALL.DDC1M3.nvoAlarmPos,ALL.DDC1M4.nviAlarmPos,,,,,,,,,

online offline modes
Online/Offline modes
  • When configuring objects in offline mode no changes are actually done to the modules
  • When changing a configuration a small red arrow appears on the object to indicate that the changes have not been downloaded to the module yet
  • Downloading/uploading only available in online mode
  • To enable online mode LNS Server must be used
  • When LNS Server is started you can change between online and offline modes with the small icon in PCT
online mode
Online mode

When LNS Server is connected to the LON database click on icon

Values of the selected object’s network variables are shown

online mode1
Online mode
  • Download/upload object configurations (including object position)
  • Enable/disable manual mode of I/O-objects
  • Input values to input network variables
  • Download/upload module configurations
  • Read module Neuron Ids & software version
  • Read/Write module network variables
  • Create LNI LON-db export for COBA Server
commissioning
Commissioning
  • Install all modules and download software to them
    • Make sure you have the latest NXE and XIF files
    • Module LED indication
  • Use the marking functionality of I/O-objects in PCT
    • Tested OK, Tested Not OK, Not Tested
    • Connected
    • Try to fix smaller problems right away
  • When creating/removing bindings to/from the live LON db make sure NL220 is online
  • Proceed logically i.e. one control system at a time
troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
  • Check connections
  • Test functions in manual mode
  • Check I/O-object configurations
  • Check bindings
  • Example: Temperature reading is false
    • Check jumper position inside module
    • Check configuration (Pt1000, Active 0-10V, Range)
    • Check connections. If an active measurement is used than make sure G0 is correct
project management
Project management
  • Make sure that LXP and LON db are consistent with the system
  • Remember backups!
  • Use only one copy of LXP and LON db as it is very time consuming to ”combine” LXPs, and even more time consuming to check for differences between LON db and live system
  • Be extra careful when operating with bindings in live system
  • Labeling all modules, field devices and cabling can save a lot of trouble later
hands on exercises
Hands-on exercises
  • Lighting control
  • Constant control
  • Exhaust fan
  • Parking area exhaust fan
  • Simple AHU
  • Constant speed FAHU with a heat recovery wheel
  • Variable speed FAHU with a HRW
  • Chiller system with secondary pumps
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